Toei Kyoto Studio Park Tour

Kyoto is said to be the birth place of the Japanese movie, where the first film was watched in 1897. Later, one of the representing movie studios was also founded here in Kyoto more than 90 years ago and is still active. Like Japanese counterparts of John Waynes western or costume movies, Samurai movies such as Seven Samurai, The Unfettered Shogun, etc. are still loved by many Japanese. During the tour, Toei Kyoto Studio Park is also visited, and you might be able to encounter the shooting of samurai movies there. On the way to the studio park, you will ride on old street cars, which are still operating in the western part of Kyoto. After the tour, you can freely enjoy yourself inside the park.

Date November 8th, December 13th
Time Tour: 09:30-11:30 (Reception:09:20)
Fee 2,500 yen with prior reservation and payment
Entry fee for studio park and street car fare are NOT included.
(Toei Kyoto Studio Park - adult: 2,400 yen, junior and high school students: 1,400 yen, elementary school students or younger: 1,200 yen)
Meeting location

In front of ticket gate of Shijo Ohmiya Station of "Ran-den" streetcar

Remarks No insurance for accidents or injury during the tour
Half Kaiseki Dinner course with one Maiko at Japanese restaurant with partition: The minimum, yet still truly private and authentic, dinner arrangement with a privately arranged maiko-san for around two hours. Includes one-hour guided tour in the geisha district to be followed by two-hour Japanese kaiseki dinner course at Japanese restaurants with partition. (total 3-hour program)
Full Kaiseki Dinner course with one Maiko at Japanese restaurant's private room: Private and authentic, dinner arrangement with a privately arranged maiko-san for around two hours. Includes one-hour guided tour in the geisha district to be followed by two-hour Japanese kaiseki dinner course at Japanese restaurant's private room. (total 3-hour program)